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7 Benefits that you should look for when joining a new organisation

Today, companies are leaving no stone unturned to help women work along while not missing out on their household and family responsibilities.

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Government schemes that can help women entrepreneurs in India grow their small businesses

Here are the different ways that women entrepreneurs are backed financially by various government schemes

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6 Financial steps to take before settling down

Planning for a comfortable future starts while you are still single, and here’s what you need to do.

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A daughter's guide to understanding right to property

As a woman, here's what you need to know about your rights to your family's property.

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What is streedhan and how women can protect this wealth?

What does streedhan comprise of, and how can you protect it in the case of any dispute?

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5 Challenges faced by women entrepreneurs

When a woman sets out to start an entrepreneurial venture, she faces challenges that are different from those that men face.

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Tips for women entrepreneurs to fund their businesses

Women entrepreneurs have been ignored by venture capitalists for long. But they shouldn't lose heart as there are other ways to fund their ventures.

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How financial literacy can empower women to develop a financial identity

It becomes difficult to fathom an equal world without empowering women with equal social and economic opportunities. Making them financially literate is one of the most important area.

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Here is what New Maternity Benefit Act has in store for women?

The Maternity Benefit Act upgrades the working conditions of employed women, both during pregnancy and as new mothers. See what this means for you?

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Negotiation strategies for women for a higher salary

Negotiation is an art. As a woman, you need to adopt different negotiating strategies that can help you chase a higher salary.

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How I did it

Manisha Tomar
Doctor

Since I had been working only for two years, I never gave retirement any serious thought. My mother has been a housewife and father was working till last year. When he retired, he discussed his savings with me. That is when I realised that his retirement corpus was woefully inadequate. But he… Read more

Rohit Prabhu
Blogger

I love buying new gadgets. If the latest phone or tablet or headphone has been launched, I have to buy it. My friends know me as the ‘gadget guru’ and I have a reputation to maintain. I have been doing this over the last few years without a care in the world.

However, last year I… Read more

Nisha Tanwar
Sales Manager

Ever since I was a college goer, I was keen on starting my own business. Most of my childhood friends were Gujaratis and Marwaris and I was heavily influenced by their communities’ belief about creating jobs rather than taking up a job.  Being from a non-business background, I was aware that I… Read more

Jerry Thomas
Corporate Executive

Till the beginning of last February, I always believed that one could only create wealth if one already had a lot of money to invest. Therefore I didn’t believe in starting with small savings and would instead be always on the look-out for a big-ticket opportunity that could change my life.… Read more

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